'The Shining': 33 Years Later, 'Room 237' Asks Why Moviegoers Can't Leave the Overlook 8 weeks ago
"The Shining" hit theaters more than three decades ago, but as the upcoming documentary "Room 237" makes clear, many...
By Brent Lang
Nicholson and Hoffman have five Oscars between them
Comic Don Rickles trashes everybody and brings down the house at AFI tribute to Shirley MacLaine; Jack Black ticks off Jack Nicholson with his reincarnation jokes
When Roman Polanski went to Europe during the filming of "Chinatown," Robert Towne, Jerry Goldsmith and Bob Evans tweaked the film's score
EXCLUSIVE: Beatty will star in the movie about Howard Hughes. He wrote the script, and will direct and produce
Sheen would play a version of the Jack Nicholson character
For the Boston mobster, who was arrested Wednesday in Santa Monica at the age of 81, the Hollywood connection was a strange one
From the Monkees to "Five Easy Pieces" and beyond, the collected history of BBS Productions becomes available on DVD Tuesday
Polanski rape victim tells Larry KIng she wishes Oscar-winning director nothing but the best and would like to see them both stop "being used"
The Swedish actor is in final talks to battle Tom Cruise in Brad Bird's Paramount sequel, which co-stars Simon Pegg
Edith Michelle Vogelhut says Polanski handcuffed, sodomized her in 1974
The deciding NBA game could take place a block away from the film fest's opening night
"I've learned everything I've learned from Hollywood. I love all of you"
Sacha Baron Cohen is shopping a comedy pitch with "Seinfeld" writers Alec Berg, Jeff Schaffer and David Mandel
Stephen King tells audience he's plotting a follow-up to the 1977 classic.
More random happenings, tidbits and musings from the Academy's inaugural Governors Awards ceremony.
It's a risky attempt to give honorary Oscar recipients their own -- untelevised -- show ... with Jack Nicholson.
First collaboration since "As Good as It Gets" would co-star Paul Rudd, Reese Witherspoon.
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation